‘H20’ will quench your thirst

New York’s H2O premiered their new music video for “Nothing to Prove” from the band’s 2008 Bridge Nine release Nothing to Prove. The video contains almost as much cameos as the amount of Pokemon in existance — well, not really, but you get my point. The band will also be making its final 2009 New York performance at the Knitting Factory Sunday, June 21st for a father’s day show benefiting Larchmont Charter School.

Try and test the swiftness of your eyes and spot these guest appearances:Civ and Arthur Smilios (Gorilla Biscuits), Lou Koller and Pete Koller (Sick of It All), Danny Diablo, Chad Gilbert (New Found Glory), Jimmy Gestapo (Murphy’s Law), CM Punk, Scott Vogel (Terror), Roger Miret, Vinnie Stigma, and Mike Gallo (Agnostic Front), Freddy Cricien, Hoya, and Mitts (Madball), John Joseph and Mackie (Cro-Mags), Dannyboy (La Coka Nostra, House of Pain), Paul Delaney (Kill Your Idols, None More Black), Liza Graves, Suzi Homewrecker, Jacqui Valentine, Roxie Darling (Civet), Rick Jimenez and John Moore (This is Hell) and many more.

This video touches me personally because Athens, OH’s own “DIY” (I say this loosely to generalize the fact that it encompassed bands under the punk, hardcore and metal genres) fest For Real Fest made a cameo in the form of a hoodie patch on OU alumnus Brian Roberts. I’m not entirely sure how he managed to snag a spot in the already jammed-pack music video — but for that reason (and obvious others), this video gets a two thumbs up!

Source: Bridge Nine

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One response to “‘H20’ will quench your thirst

  1. Branka

    Added this to my favorites on youtube.

    Also… how did you post this on 1 May?? It’s still April over at my house, your house isn’t THAT far east!

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